We have several RSS feeds we want to incorporate into output for a website. As an example, lets say we have 5 rss feeds. We want to assign a icon to each feed and then merge them into html output on a website to show the most recent posts from the rss feeds. So feed 1 has a image of a baseball, feed 2 has a image of a cat, feed 3 has a dog, feed 4 has a sun, feed 5 has a cow. Depending on what was last posted on the RSS feeds, the front of our website would show the following *** recent posts [icon of dog] Blah blah blah blah blah [read more link] [icon of dog] Blah blah blah blah blah [read more link] [icon of cat] Blah blah blah blah blah [read more link] [icon of sun] Blah blah blah blah blah [read more link] [icon of cow] Blah blah blah blah blah [read more link] So essentially it would show the recent posts from these blogs with a specific icon tied to it's respective blog, and then a read more link to take them to the post. The post text / intro text would be truncated so it would be the same length regardless of the size. Any questions , let me know.
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